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The Turkish online queer art project ‘Through the Window’ hosts talks, parties and an exhibition via Instagram.
The Dutch newspaper de Volkskrant and Danish Weekendavisen win the 42nd World’s Best Designed Newspaper award.
Dit artikel biedt hulp bij het opstellen van een overeenkomst met een internationale maker, die rekening houdt met de onzekerheid rond COVID-19.
The international jury of the Prix de Rome has selected four artists for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome Visual Arts 2021.
Na een jaar coronacrisis kijken vier Nederlandse kunstinstellingen vooruit. Hoe zien en realiseren zij hun internationale ambities? En wat hebben ze geleerd?
The exhibition 'Nicolaes Witsen and the Vanished Town opened' in Naryan-Mar, a Russian town above the Arctic Circle.
DutchCulture ging in Limburg virtueel in gesprek met de provincie, organisaties, makers en andere experts over internationaal samenwerken in het diepe zuiden.
Arts Map, a digital platform aiming to establish international ties in the fields of arts and culture, was launched on Tuesday 20 April 2021.
The work of Dutch artist Mark Manders is currently on show at The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.
MINDSCAPES, a collaboration between cultural institutions in Manchester and the Netherlands, explores the effect cities have on residents’ mental health.
The longlists for two important international literature prizes were announced. Both of the lists include Dutch writers and their translated literary works.
On April 6 the Amsterdam-based Fashion for Good Museum will open its doors virtually for their first GROW exhibition.
In the spring and summer of 2021, museums in Japan are exhibiting Mondrian works from Kunstmuseum Den Haag as well as from domestic and overseas art museums.
Magda Augusteijn created an innovative web documentary about the history of former mining town Moengo in Suriname.
An interview with Remy Jungerman on his first major solo exhibition in the U.S., the effects of COVID-19 on his practice, and the killing of George Floyd.
The Call for Ideas aims to find new innovative ideas for collaboration models between EUNIC members, EU delegations and local partners outside the EU.
TaNDem invites Dutch and German artists from the border region to pitch their ideas for cultural cooperation.
Find an overview of this year's videos and podcasts, for example Infected Cities part 2, 50 years of international cultural policy and more.
EUNIC Global is commissioning a Toolkit for Fair Collaboration and is looking for a team of authors.